Years ago, I didn’t understand what designing websites for accessibility really meant. I thought that accessibility guidelines would only benefit a few users, that they would introduce unsatisfying design limitations, and that following them would take more time and money.
Alley was proud to be a sponsor of this year’s Digiday Publishing Summit, held earlier this week in beautiful Key Biscayne, Florida.
Digiday, a publication we’ve worked with since 2013, covers the intersection of media, publishing, and marketing. This summit brought together leaders from business, product, and editorial backgrounds to discuss and examine best practices for digital publishers. This was our third year sponsoring the summit and we found it to be an excellent place to meet smart media thinkers.
Highlights of the summit included talks around challenges publishers face in scaling video and platform monetization. Executives from media companies such as Slate, Mic, USA Today, NowThis and Vox Media were on hand to talk about their strategies and the future of publishing.